Here is some updated code:
my $NT = new Net::Telnet();
$NT->open('128.999.999.999'); #obviously not my IP
my @out = $NT->cmd();
my @out1 = $NT->put('1\n');
my @out2 = $NT->put('password\n'); #obviously not the password
print "OUT: @out";
print "OUT1: @out1";
print "OUT2: @out2";
And here are the results of that code:
C:\Documents and Settings\toms\Desktop>perl isdn.pl
OUT: ADTRAN TSUIQ VER 333a 0464
©[2J©[1;67HADTRAN TSUIQ©[2;65H(Telnet) EAST1©[1;32HTelnet Login Me
______©[5;1H©[5;1H 1 - Local Login
©[6;1H 2 - Remote Login
©[7;1H 3 - Logout
_______©[24;2H©[KEnter Selection -OUT1: 1OUT2: 1
C:\Documents and Settings\toms\Desktop>
People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf. -- George Orwell
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